Forgot to mention that I live in the US of A. I see lots of incandescent bulbs being sold on Amazon and still see them in stores. The community that I live in replaced the LEDs near my condo with CFLs. Amazingly, it has made a huge difference for me as long as I still wear eyeglasses that filter out blue light. Apparently, there is far less blue light radiation emanating from CFLs than LEDs and at least one medical study appearing on the NIH website obliquely confirms this.
I am doing OK with my desktop computer. I have a 24 inch monitor that is non-reflective and use f.lux software. Along with this I wear Rx computer eyeglasses that are tinted amber and filters out a significant amount of blue light. As such, I suspect I have a somewhat different issue than most of the people who are sharing on this forum.
For those who may not be aware, the next generation of light bulbs may indeed be incandescent. Scientists at MIT developed an incandescent bulb that has the potential to be three times more efficient than LEDS, reported over a year ago. I sure hope that these bulbs make an appearance on the market sooner than later. Please see: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/03/12/return-of-incandescent-light-bulbs-as-mit-makes-them-more-effici/